I looked at that, but it wasn’t quite what I was looking for, I don’t think it
answered either of my questions.
Is anyone interested perhaps in combining something like “Tiny CC” and Unicorn
to make a sort of C language that is both secure and portable, and fast enough
to compile and execute on the fly if necessary, yet still be safe (as opposed
to actually directly executing compiled code)?
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On Aug 3, 2019, at 1:26 PM, Unicorn Engine <unicorn.emu@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
You can find some docs from the homepage unicorn-engine.org.
For example code, see samples under samples/, or bindings/python/
On Sun, Aug 4, 2019, 01:16 Derek Snider <derekbsnider@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
This project looks super interesting, but the documentation and examples are
a little lacking.
1) Is there a simple, "Hello, world", type example somewhere? (Ideally for
Linux or MacOS)?
2) Is there a way to use GCC to generate code that can be executed by
Unicorn Engine? Like read in a raw .o file and execute it?
Thanks in advance,